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How to Make Skateboarding Safety Gear Cool for Young Kids Are you having trouble getting your children to wear their safety gear while skating? Are you worried that they don't want the new security equipment you've bought them? It is easier to make younger children commit with safety requirements because they do not know anything else. You can introduce habits as security is cool at a young age and they will keep these habits with them as they get older and more advanced in skateboarding. Start them Young My three-year-old wears safety equipment when she skates. She can seriously stand on the board alone and usually likes to do what my children call "butt-boarding" which basically rides the board around and sits on it. However, we always print on safety equipment. When she gets older, it doesn't seem odd or unusual to wear a helmet and pads because that's what she's always known during skateboarding, just like wearing a seat belt in the car. The younger you start setting the habits, the easier it will be for these habits to stick to them. Involve them in the process Another way to make the security tool cool is to let your child help with the process of choosing it. Let him choose a helmet he likes or color and style of pillows that he thinks is cool. You can be there to help show him which ones are approved but if you go to the skating department in a sports shop or skate shop, you will have more options and almost everything will be fine. Enter the example It is very important that you always set the example for your children. Never as much as standing on a board if you don't have a helmet on yourself. Even if you are not a regular skater, it is important that you do not interact with the board or try to ride or do tricks without safety equipment yourself. Children will get the impression that if it is good for you, it is also good for them. It only takes a while for a serious injury to occur. Show them positive examples You don't have to be the only example. Tony Hawk is an excellent example of a famous skateboarder who seriously promotes safety and security equipment. Find professional skateboarders of different ages to show your children that they all have the right equipment when skating. Touch the question that serious skaters know.